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Trade war

Trump says China sent 'large list' of trade reform proposals

President says deal is possible, triggering jump in stocks

President Donald Trump appeared optimistic that China would make crucial concessions on trade to avoid additional tariffs.    © Reuters

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON -- U.S. President Donald Trump signaled optimism on Friday toward reaching a trade deal with China, sparking a surge on Wall Street after saying that the next round of tariffs may not be necessary.

Trump told reporters at the White House that he had received a "large list" of proposals from Beijing in response to American demands for reform. "China wants to make a deal. They sent a list of things they're willing to do."

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